English to Igbo Meaning of winning - na-emeri

Winning :

na-emeri, ịga nke ọma, njupụta, nnweta, ihe nweta, egbu, arụmọrụ, agbapụta n'ahụ, arụzu

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Definitions of winning in English
Noun(1) succeeding with great difficulty
Verb(1) be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious(2) win something through one's efforts(3) obtain advantages, such as points, etc.(4) attain success or reach a desired goal(5) acquire or deserve by one's efforts or actions
Adjective(1) having won(2) very attractive; capturing interest
Examples of winning in English
(1) You obviously know the rules so let's see if your lucky break becomes a winning streak.(2) Wilson hopes the Gunners will copy his winning ways and have another successful season.(3) Without a winning instinct how on earth is any competitor going to succeed in their chosen sport?(4) Part of the prize is a residency at the theatre, as well as the West-end production of the winning play.(5) He has since embarked on a winning streak courtesy of his grit, tenacity and persistent style.(6) The crowd cheered loudly as the host of the contest walked on stage with the name of the winning band in his hand.(7) The winning entries of a local photography competition will be displayed in the town library for a week.(8) With her winning smile and bright blue eyes, Kate Walsh was a young girl with everything going for her.(9) The Swede produces two successive winning returns to win the game and level the set.(10) Winners breed a winning mentality and their success can encourage others to take up the sport.(11) A national childcare competition has picked a Southend carer as its winning entrant.(12) The wicked mix of an acerbic tongue and a winning smile means holding grudges is nigh impossible.(13) At each of these events, they would like to share a little about the filmmakers behind the winning films.(14) Forty years on, our successors have no doubt that they are on history's winning side.(15) Council chiefs also hope they will give Bury a winning chance in a national floral competition.(16) Inter lacks a coach with a winning mentality, who knows how to develop attractive football.
Related Phrases of winning
(1) win ::
(2) winning streak ::
emeri streak
(3) winning team ::
na-emeri otu
(4) award-winning ::
(5) winning post ::
emeri post
(6) winning a prize ::
na-emeri a na-agbata n'ọsọ
(7) winning ticket ::
na-emeri tiketi
(8) winning smile ::
emeri ọnụ ọchị
1. victorious ::
2. engaging ::
ekere òkè
4. take ::
5. be the winner ::
ga-eto eto
6. secure ::
nọrọ ná nchebe
7. captivate ::
8. advance ::
9. acquire ::
10. come through ::
-abịa site
Different Forms
winning, winningly
Word Example from TV Shows
He's winning you over
in spite of yourself.

He's WINNING you over in spite of yourself.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7

but alas, winning a kingdom
and ruling a kingdom

but alas, WINNING a kingdom and ruling a kingdom

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10

And in her mind, she's winning.

And in her mind, she's WINNING.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5

It's a real game
and I'm winning it!

It's a real game and I'm WINNING it!

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3

And I wasn't winning any elections back then.

And I wasn't WINNING any elections back then.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 10

English to Igbo Dictionary: winning

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